New Candidate Questionnaire
If you haven’t heard enough from the candidates or just would like to see how they have replied to written questions, Hoboken Revolt, the tax reform group in town has updated their candidate questionnaire and posted it on their website. You can also link directly to the Q&A at your leisure here.
We have submitted inquiries to the Kim Glatt and Beth Mason campaigns as their response(s) appear unavailable at this time.
Update: 3:20 – Hoboken Revolt has confirmed that both the Mason and Glatt campaign have declined to respond to the questionnaire.
Talking Ed Note: Although we’ve heard like many, the candidates stated positions on the issues, we discovered there is some subtleties in the questionnaire easily overlooked. Without pointing out those specific areas, we’d say the questionnaire is a valuable read as you do really hear the voice of the candidates. It comes across strongly and we hope after reading, people will agree. Highly recommended.
Stevens will be hosting the final candidate debate later today between 5:00 and 7:00 at Burchard Hall, Room 118 off 6th Street and River Terrace.